Peach to resume flights between Tokyo (Haneda) and Seoul (Incheon)

Peach Aviation Limited will resume flights on its Tokyo (Haneda) – Seoul (Incheon) route on October 30.

The Tokyo (Haneda) – Seoul (Incheon) route, which was suspended on March 2, 2020, will resume after approximately two and a half years and will operate daily.

In addition, the Osaka (Kansai) – Seoul (Incheon) route, which will resume on August 28 with 6 round trips a week, will be increased to 14 flights a week starting on October 30. This route will also operate daily.

Peach, which was the first LCC in Japan to offer service to Haneda Airport, began service between Tokyo (Haneda) and Seoul (Incheon) in 2016.

Peach’s international routes have been used by roughly 13 million customers, about 5 million of whom traveled between Japan and South Korea.

All of Peach’s international routes have been suspended since April 8, 2021, but we will gradually resume service starting on August 28.

The Tokyo (Narita) – Taipei (Taoyuan) and Osaka (Kansai) – Taipei (Taoyuan) routes, for which resumption has already been announced, will operate through October 29, 2022. Operation from October 30 and beyond will be announced as soon as it is decided.

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